Monday, January 28, 2019

Read it or Throw it #209

A very big milestone towards the anticipated future of Ruby 3.
Ruby 2.6 brings a JIT-compilation to its front and it'll continue to evolve in future versions

Confluent - founded by the original authors of Kafka are having hyper growth.
I hope that using their service will become a commodity 

The company behind InfluxDB don't stop delivering new goods.
I didn't take the time yet to examine the new flux language they are building,
but I'm sure they know what they are doing and that it'll become popular

Machine Learning on Code has a huge potential and this tool is just one example for that.
I'm very curious to see how it'll work on other programming languages besides Python 

GitHub, now backed by Microsoft breaks their rules in order to attract more users interest 
as part of the competition against GitLab, Bitbucket, and others

A very big move of Microsoft which puts her in the top of the game of Distributed Relational Database offered as SaaS

Cloudflare has early support for QUIC (a.k.a HTTP3) and it's in Rust! (and Open-Source)

A fascinating article about the importance of witnessing others in order to up our game.
Thanks to the internet and platforms like YouTube, Twitch, this technique is approachable to anyone

A simple explanation of the idea behind Binaural Beats

A very short (less than 3 minutes) National Geographic-like screencast about an animal called The Developer :)

The more you know, the more you know you don't know